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Olsen Will Reveal
Before State Group
Dr. John Timothy Stone, Noted
[ndicatkins Point CZ Latge Group
to~ Attend Series Under
Dr. Bruew ry.
WiLL BEGIN4 JNUARY 17
! Presbyterian Pastor, Will
Talk on Problems.
RECOGNIZED AS ORATOR)
Usingas his subject "Meeting To-
day's Problems," Dr. John Timothy
C tor doted Presbyterian minister,
Conftesan S etpousord by State will speak before a general assen-!
Cristian Societies;Many bly Sunday night, in Hill Auditor-
Delegates to Attend, im.
p.Dr. Stone, who is pre:ident'of the
ientdications point to a
gent reindcations ornt tos o Presbyterian Theological seminaryl
large reis~urxation for the series of " of Chicago, formerly known as the.
meetings with Dr. Bruce Curry, a C
4 1McCormick seminary, is pastor of
noted New York theologian, for the orth enursbyterian
discussion of student problems be- ch:"urh Andjenerally cciime
ginni ig Friday and continuingto he.and o stg..y minied-
throfh Sunday, according. to thJ gardless of sect, in Chicago.In a
latest reports from Fred G. Bausch- _..dits to beng a Chiragn. inis-
ard. '30. chair~man of arrangement,, dition to being a prominent minis-,
ard 'hirman C arrneents ter, Dr. Stone has won recognition
for the Bruce Curry conference. n a public speaker.
The conference, which is being I ' ::: . ..:... Te meingisbin.posre.
sponsored. by the Student Young The meetingt is being sponsore
Men's a nd Young Women's Chris-;bY the Student Christian associa-
tian associations throughout the tion through the courtesy of the
statewill be attended by delegates _r_ Wesleyan Foundation, which gov-
representing nearly every college A8siat ires ihote 4erns the Henry Martin Laud lecture 1
of the state. Approximately 100 re- Dr. Hjialmar Schact,'head of the Reichsbank, who stands opposed endowment fund. The purpose of
gistrations have been received to to the second Hague conference on reparations. The issue at question the fund is to secure prominent
date from the different colleges of conterns the bank of international settlements. Pictured above are two speakers from all over the country
Michigan, with150 more expected American bankers, Jackson 9. Reynolds, below left, and Melvin A. Tray- to address assemblies at the First
by the committee. lor, qbove right. Methodist Episcopal church; of Ann
Will Study Gospe s. __Arbor.
The work of the conference cen- -o- Tf °ofotRealizing that because of the
ters about a fresh understanding of Series of Problems Will Confront London 1imited seating capacity of Wesley
Jesus, involving a new approach to ; - Iall, many who would be interested
the gospel records, and proceeding 'Naval Conference Delegates, SaysReeves #vould not have a chance to hear
to a discussion of how this redis- Conf~Dr.Stone lead in the discussion of
overe rliions of pssbems up- "There is a series of problems n this important subject, the Wesley-
can the solutions of problems up- present seem to be not very far ; -n Foundation consented to the
permost in student thought today.which will confront the delegates 1yIn
p r. Curry, whot presetdy to the London conference," said apart as to the question of cruisers, ransferring of the meeting to the
teaching at t U Theologicl Prof. Jesse S. Reeves, of the politi- although Japan desires an increase Hill Auditorium.
seminary in New York city and cal science department in discuss- in cruiser strength from the 3 to
who holds the degree of doctor of ing the London Arms Limitations the 3.5 ratio.
philosophy from the University of Conference which begins next "The third problem concerns Trance and Italy thus remain the
New York, has been described as Tuesday. Professor Reeves stated submarines. Great Britain and the unknown factors in the conference,
being "the most successful inter-- that, "the first problem is that of United States stand together for nd the success of the conference
preter of the Bible appearing at battleships. The question arises the abolition of the submarine, but depends largely upon France.
student conferences in the coun- because the rules set by the Wash- France desires no limitation as to "General questions to be discus-
try." Aside from being the author ington conference expires in 1932. the number, size or use of the ships. sed are of a highly technical na-
of the books, "Facing Student Pro- 'There must be some new agreement,, "The fourth problem," stated ture," concluded Professor Reeves.
blems," and "Jesus and His Cause,'t as regards capital ships, the pres- Professor Reeves, "involves sea "There seems to be desires on the
Dr. Curry has won renown as a ent ratio now being the 5-5-3 one power in the Mediterranean. In parts of the United States and
conference leader in the United for United States, Great Britain this case, the United States has an Great Britain to tackle the prob-
States, Canada, and England. jland Japan, respectively ,and a les- indirect interest. Italy now puts lems according to general non-
No Lectures Planned. sem ratio for France and Italy. forward her claim to an ideal par.. technical considerations so as to
The method of discussion will be "The second of these problems ity of sea power with all other na- save the conference from possible
in the nature of demonstration stu- is that of cruisers," continued Pro- tions, probably, to satisfy her van- failure due to the opposing prin-
dies and group discussions rather fessor Reeves. "The contest is 'be- ity rather than to urge immediate ciples of naval strategy and securi-
than lectures. Problems covering tween the United States and Great needs. It is thought that France ty as held by the naval experts of
the range from questions of social Britain, and was the subject of and Italy might agree on naval the various countries. From the
life on the campus to national and the Geneva conference of two years parity in the Mediterranean. This preparations made, it would seem
world problems, and questions on ago, when the United States, Great has important repercussions upon that the conference, will be pro-
Iod, prayer, and the genius of Britain and Japan failed to agree. the amount of total sea power longed - possibly for six °to eight
Christianity will be discussed. United States and Great Britain at | both in the Mediterr'inean and out- weeks."
Her Last Silenit Picure.
Greta Garbo has outdone herself
in her performance in *"he KI-ss,"
now showing at the Majestic. it,
is her last silent picture, for which
we, as an admirer of Greta, are
rather thankful. After seeing the
talkies for the past months, the si-
lent picture seemed awkward, the
subtitles lifeless, and the action
dead. Miss Ga bo, however, as one
of the best actresses on the screen,
was superbly cast, and she alone
put the show over.
The plot of "The Kiss" is very
weak, illogically construeted, and
resembles too much that, of "Ma-
ipal o n
well enough informed about the
bond business to judg it sondly?
42 out of 51 men in our trainxig school say "No."
dame X" for comfort, Somehow Pl
one imagines Ph Chatterton u cation school, will leave Ann Ar-
on the stand, presumably shielding bor tomorrow to address a meeting
sone loved one. and the effect is of the Michigan Conference of Su- t
not pleasing. However, an admira- pervisors in Monroe. Prof. Geoge C.
ble supporting cast with Conrad Kyte is also to speak before this
meeting on the following day on
Nagle, Holmes Herber, and Lew' the subject of the method of edit-
Ayleris make up for technical de- ing a supervisory bulletin.
feets which the author wrote into Professor Olsen is to give an ad-
the play. One of the largest mati- dress on the plans for the Univer-
nee crowds, an event to which only sity-directed experimental school.
Professor Olsen has been chosen
Greta can attr tac a good sized aud-, supervisor of this institute for next
ience, did not think much of the year, and his speech is to be the
antiquated subtitles, but enjoyed first public announcement of his
the short talking comedy. 1arrangements for the arrival In the
I S. B. C., Jr. field of experimental education.
CCORDING to these-men-forty-
two of whom are college men
--a belief that undergraduates do
not know enough about the invest-
ment business kceps miny who
might be unusually well qualified
for it, from giving it, serious consid-
Before entering any business a
man should, of course, know enough
about it to make an intelligent choice.
He should not let hearsay opinions
or preconceived notions influence a
wrong decision either way.
Having obtained the fundamental
facts, the next' step is to decide
whether you would fit the require-
ments. Your tastes, ambitions, and
previous experiences are factors to
consider in the light of what an in-
vestment career demands and offers,
Detailed knowledge of investment
principles and their application
may be acquired as experience is
We have prepared a little book
which will tell you enough about the
investment business to direct you
into the right channels. It is called
IFhat is th Bond Business. You are
cordially invited to secure and read
a copy of this helpful booklet.
HALSEY, STUART & 00.
C HI CA GO, 201 Soiuth La Salle .Street
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